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4 architectural drawings of 65 Prairie Avenue by Richard Rice Long, AIA, 2003.

7 architectural drawings of 19 Sherman Street by Richard Rice Long AIA.

8 architctural drawings of the Durst Residence located at 10 Liberty Street.

5 architectural drawings of Brick Market by Long, Staats & Simposon, Ltd.

14 architectural drawings of Newport Commons on Mill Street by the firm Long, Staats, and Simpson, Ltd.

16 architectural drawings of Seafair, located on Ocean Drive drawn by the firm Long, Staats and Simpson, Ltd., 1985.

Drawing, Architectural
February – November 1983

25 architectural drawings of the Campbell Residencec located on LeRoy Avenue. Drawings were done by Richard Long AIA, 1983

9 architectural drawings of the Campbell Residence Garage located on LeRoy Avenue.

8 architectural drawings of the Lee Residence, located on Brenton Road. The drawings were done by Richard Rice Long AIA.

One architectural drawing of the Tennis Hall of Fame. It has the look of a fascimile. The drawing is a view of the exterior.

6 architectural drawings of the Burnett Residence on Poplar Street.

18 architectural drawings of the Cresswell Residence on Pine Street. Drawings were done by Richard Rice Long AIA, 1976.

9 architectural drawings of the Matthew Perry House drawn by Richard Rice Long AIA, 1966. These drawings were done as renovations and restorations for the Preservation Society of County.

114 architectural drawings of the Newport Casino done by various architects over the building's life. There are 16 rolls totalling 114 drawings.

18th century

Wallpaper fragment from Rhoades-Pease-King-House. The fragile fragment features a pattern of yellow dotted leaves with white vines and burgundy tulips on a green/gray background.

Wallpaper fragment from Rhoades-Pease-King House. The fragile fragment features a pattern of orange flowers with black outlines on a green/gray background.

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